Newport Trust Company, a New Hampshire state chartered trust company, provides America’s leading corporations and institutions with institutional trustee and independent fiduciary services for retirement and employee benefit plans.
A wholly owned subsidiary of Newport Group, Inc., Newport Trust maintains the necessary separation and appropriate controls to safeguard client information and satisfy applicable regulatory requirements. Our administration, recordkeeping and trustee services can also be smoothly and fully integrated to help deliver maximum efficiency for your plan, where appropriate.
Newport Trust’s highly experienced team consists of in-house ERISA lawyers, financial analysts, relationship managers and support professionals working to help clients develop and implement solutions to their unique situations. Our team has served as an independent fiduciary to employee benefit plans sponsored by:
- 75% of the top-20 corporate plan sponsors in the P&I 1,000*
- 50% of the companies comprising the Dow Jones Industrial Average*
- 25% of the corporations in the Fortune 500*
Institutional Trustee Services
Newport Trust’s experienced trust administrators focus on providing responsive and secure services for a variety of trust and fiduciary services for both qualified and non-qualified plans. More
Independent Fiduciary Services
Newport Trust is a leading provider of independent fiduciary services to employee benefit plans which contain large blocks of employer stock. Acting as an independent fiduciary to a plan, we seek to protect the interest of plan participants and beneficiaries in situations where inherent conflicts of interest may exist between the plan sponsor and the plan. More
about Newport Group’s fiduciary consulting services to participant and sponsor-directed defined contribution and defined benefit plans, click here
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* March 2017
Newport Group and its affiliates do not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. Clients should consult their own tax, legal and accounting advisors before making any decisions